Valorant tournaments in Brazil

Valorant is a free to play ,  first person shooter game developed and published by Riot Games only for Microsoft Windows. It was first teased under the codename Project A in October 2019, then the game began a closed beta period with limited access on April 7, 2020, and it was officially released on June 2, 2020.

Valorant is a multiplayer tactical and first-person shooter game set in the near future. In the main game mode, players are assigned to either the attacking or defending team with 5 players on each side.

Each player will have their own agent. Agents have unique abilities. Every player starts each round with a “classic” pistol and one or more “signature ability” charge. Weapons and ability charges can be purchased using an in-game economic currency system that awards money based on the performance of the player in the previous round, total kills will also be considered.

Valorant Tournaments in Brazil:
Valorant Champions Tour 2021:
VALORANT Champions Tour 2021 is the first official esports tournament announced by Riot Games. This International tournament is organised by Riot Games and sponsored by Redbull, Secretlab and Verizon. The tournament features professional teams from all over the globe.

EVOlution Open – Brazil:
This tournament is organised by EVO Worldwide and sponsored by Corsair and BitFenix. Over 128 teams participated in this tournament and the total prize pool of the event was R$35,000 BRL (≃ $6,203 USD). VCT 2021 Brazil
Stage 2 Challengers 3:
Valorant Champions tour is officially organised by Riot games and sponsored by Redbull and Verizon. This tournament features a total prize pool of $9,046

Free Fire Tournaments in Brazil

Free Fire, one of the world’s most famous battle royale title is developed by 111 Dots Studio and published by Garena for Android and iOS. It became the most downloaded mobile game globally in 2019. Due to its popularity, the game received the award for the “Best Popular Vote Game” by the Google Play Store in 2019.
In a short span of time , Free Fire became one of the world’s most famous Battle Royale Esports title. With prize pool flowing in Millions of Dollars , the free fire esports scene is attracting the attention of all the aspiring players out there.

The recent Brazilian C.O.P.A. Free Fire tournament attracted over 570 thousand peak viewers. The most popular team of this region is LOUD, with an incredible number of social media followers. The third season of Pro League Brazil has reached a mark of one million viewers.

Brazilian Free Fire League (LBFF) :
Brazilian Free Fire League (LBFF) is a year long tournament which is divided into three splits. Teams will be participating remotely due to COVID-19 protocols.
LBFF will be streamed on YouTube, Garena’s platform BOOYAH! and it will be broadcasted on TV through Loading channel. 
The total prize pool for the three splits is $2.4M BRL (roughly $450K USD), being $745K BRL  (roughly $142K USD). 

C.O.P.A. Free Fire League:
C.O.P.A. Free Fire is a competitive tournament organised by Garena and it featured a total prize pool of $35,000 US Dollars. It had over 570,074 peak viewers and 12,554,017 watch hours.

Free Fire Pro League Brazil Season 3:
Free Fire Pro League Brazil Season 3 is organised directly by Garena and sponsored by the restaurant chain , Burger King. Top 36 teams battled it out for a prize pool of R$35,000 BRL (≃ $8,472 USD).

PUBG Mobile Tournaments in Brazil

PUBG MOBILE, the mobile version of one of the World’s Most famous Battle Royale title created by Lightspeed & Quantum Studios of Tencent Game, officially licensed by PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS was released globally in March 2018.
The game became extremely popular and created a huge buzz amongst the  middle eastern countries. From its very first days. PUBG Mobile’s esports system started to  offer a wide range of opportunities for the professional players,  featuring both club tournaments like PUBG Mobile Club Open (PMCO) and the international tournaments like PUBG Mobile Pro League team competitions. Many top tier esports organizations of the world have their PUBG Mobile rosters, including TSM, Fnatic, FaZe Clan, Natus Vincere, Team Secret and  many others.

PUBG Mobile Tournaments in Brazil:
PUBG Mobile Pro League league Season 1 Brazil:
PUBG Mobile Pro league Brazil is directly hosted by Tencent and Krafton and it has a total prize pool of $100,000 US Dollars. This league kicked off on the 30th of March and will conclude by the 18th of April.

PUBG Mobile Club Open Brazil:
The Brazil Edition of PUBG Mobile Club Open had an overall prize pool of $29,000 Dollars. The tournament surpassed 8,035 Concurrent viewers and it had a total watch time of 78,861 Hours. The tournament started in the end of February and concluded in the middle of March.

PUBG Mobile Club Open LATAM:
The PUBG Mobile Club Open of the LATAM region had the same overall prize pool of $29,000 Dollars. The tournament surpassed 6,597 Concurrent viewers and it had a total watch time of 88,470 Hours. The tournament started in the end of February and concluded in the middle of March.

PUBG Mobile Valkirias Tournament:
This tournament is one of the first Women Only tournament held officially by PUBG Mobile in partnership with Projeto Valkirias. The competition concluded on March 8th and featured over 32 teams and a prize pool of $48,000 (~£6096).

Clash of Clans Tournaments in India

Clash of Clans is a free to play strategy based mobile video game developed and published by Finland based game developer Supercell. The game was released for iOS platforms on August 2, 2012, and on Google Play for Android on October 7, 2013.

The game is set in a fantasy-themed world where , The player is a chief of the village. Clash of Clans tasks players to build their own village using the resources they gained from attacking other players through the game’s war features, and producing them themselves. The main resources are gold, elixir and dark elixir. Players can join to create clans, groups of up to fifty people who can then participate in Clan Wars together, donate , receive troop. Players can also chat within their clan.

Although this year Supercell has announced that, the road to Clash Worlds will run through six-monthly seasons, each being split into three different main stages—Clan War Leagues, a Monthly Pre-Qualifier, and a Monthly Qualifier. There will also be a Last Chance Qualifier that will give teams one last opportunity to grab a “Golden Ticket” and secure a spot in the World Finals.

Skyesports Gaming Series:

Skyesports Gaming Series is set to feature a total prize pool of 4 Lakh INR. This tournament is held in partnership with Gogame.live and zoink.in. The qualifying round of this league started on the 2nd of April and will end within a month.

ESL INDIA PREMIERSHIP 2020 WINTER SEASON:

ESL India Premiership Winter Season featured some of the Clash of Clans team from India. The league had a total prize pool of 2lakh INR. This event was hosted in collaboration with Nodwin Gaming.
AKEF Vedikettu:
This event is hosted in partnership with Loco Live and AKEF with a total prize pool of 50,000 Rupees. The registration for this event closes later this week.

Call of Duty Mobile Tournaments in India

Call of Duty Mobile is a free-to-play, first person shooter video game developed by TiMi Studios and published by Activision . The game was Released for both Android and iOS on the 1st of October 2019. In a short span of time the game became one of the largest mobile game in history, generating over US$480 million with 270 million downloads within a year. The game was published in other regions by Garena, Tencent Games, and VNG Games.

The game set it’s foot in the esports scene by hosting The Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship 2020 Tournament was held in partnership between Activision Blizzard and Sony Mobile Communications. It featured more than $1 million in total prizes, which include both cash and in-game prizes. Competing teams were selected directly from the game’s community through four open online qualifiers from April 20 to May 24, 2020. . However, the use of desktop emulators and any external devices such as controllers and keyboards were prohibited.

Call Of Duty: Mobile India Cup:

Call Of Duty: Mobile India Cup is a Call Of Duty: Mobile Tournament organised by Activision in association with Loco as their official platform partner. Over 20 teams participated in this tournament for massive prize pool of ₹2,500,000 INR (≃ $34,445 USD).

Start Date: February 2nd
End Date: February 14th

Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge – Multiplayer:

Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge is Tournament organised by Nodwin Gaming and powered by Airtel India Esports Tour. 4 best teams from the Indian region battled it our for a prize pool of ₹235,000 INR (≃ $3,194 USD).

Call of Duty Mobile (CODM) Aces Esports Challenge:

Reliance Jio and Qualcomm Snapdragon have announced the ‘Call of Duty Mobile (CODM) Aces Esports Challenge’ that will be hosted on the JioGames platform. The esports tournament will feature Solo as well as 5v5 team plays. The registrations started on April 1, 2021, at 10:55 PM. This tournament features a total prize pool of ₹25,00,000 ( $33,500 ).

Valorant Tournaments in India

Valorant is a free-to-play first person shooter game developed and published by Riot Games, for Microsoft Windows. It was first teased under the codename Project A in October 2019, then the game began a closed beta period with limited access on April 7, 2020, and it was officially released on June 2, 2020.
It is a multiplayer tactical and first-person shooter game set in the near future. In the main game mode, players are assigned to either the attacking or defending team with 5 players on each side.

Each player will have their own agent. Agents have unique abilities. Every player starts each round with a “classic” pistol and one or more “signature ability” charge. Weapons and ability charges can be purchased using an in-game economic currency system that awards money based on the performance of the player in the previous round, total kills will also be considered.

ESPL Valorant Power Up India
 Prize Pool: INR 750,000 ($10,250) 
Start Date: Feb 13, 2021 
The ESPL Valorant PowerUp tournament featured some of the best talents in the country including Global Esports, Team Mahi, GodLike Esports, XTZ Esports, and lot more. Top 16 teams battled it out for a massive prize pool of the INR 750,000 ($10,250). The event hosted in partnership between ESPL and Skyesports.

Skyesports League 2021: 
Skyesports is back with another major Valorant tournament in India. After the successful edition of SkyEsports League 2020 , Skyesports has now announced that they’ll be hosting the second edition of Skyesports League for 2021 with a whopping prize pool of 15 Lakh Rupees or $20,700 US Dollars. This esports tournament will be based on city vs city model, similar to the format of Valorant Sky Showdown and the first edition of Skyesports League 2020.
 Earlier in February, Skyesports have released a teaser for the sequel of their successful Valorant series named Skyesports Valorant League. 
The 2021 edition is all set to go live on April 9, 2021 according to their Instagram teaser and will feature the same team owners from the previous edition. This also means that the old players can also be retained.

Top CSGO tournaments in India

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) is a multiplayer first-person shooter game developed by Valve and Hidden Path Entertainment. It is the fourth game in the Counter-Strike series. This game was developed for over two years. Global Offensive was released for Windows, macOS, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 in August 2012, and for Linux in 2014. Valve still regularly updates the game, both with minor balancing patches and larger content additions.
The game basically contains two teams, The Terrorists and the Counter-Terrorists. There is a total of eight official game modes, each of them have their own distinct characteristics specific to that mode. The game also has matchmaking support that allows players to play on dedicated Valve servers, in addition to community-hosted servers with custom maps and game modes. A battle-royale game-mode, “Danger Zone”, was also introduced in December 2018.

CS:GO Tournaments in India: 
ESL INDIA PREMIERSHIP 2020-21 CS:GO WINTERSPLIT STARTER CUP :
This tournament began on the 29th of January and concluded on the 31st of January 2021. Over 24 teams participated in the tournament for a prize pool of 15,000 Rupees. This tournament was hosted by Esports League ( ESL ) and broadcasted Disney plus Hotstar.

ROG MASTERS 2021: 
This Republic of Gamers Asia Pacific region based tournament is the very first online tournament in the region to feature Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) as the official game.
Over 80 teams will compete for a decent prize pool of $1500 USD. The tournament will begin on the 8th of April and conclude on 25th April 2021.

LOGITECH G ESPORTS LEAGUE: 
This tournament is primarily sponsored by Logitech themselves. Over 76 teams will battle it out for a prize pool of $1100 US Dollars. This league began on the 3rd of March and Concluded on 15th of March. The official broadcasting rights is reserved by Indian streaming platform ‘ Loco Live ‘.
ESL INDIA PREMIERSHIP 2020-21 CS:GO WINTER FINAL STARTER CUP: 
The tournament began on the 16th of February and concluded on the 19th of February 2021. Over 28 teams participated in the tournament for a prize pool of 15,000 Rupees. This tournament was hosted by Esports League ( ESL ) and broadcasted Disney plus Hotstar.

Everything you need to know about Rocket League Sideswipe

Psyonix , the developer of the most popular racing-football themed game, Rocket league , has announced that they will be launching the mobile version of the game. The game is titled ‘Rocket League Sideswipe’ and is coming to Android and iOS devices for free later this year.

The developer has also announced that there will be some changes in the mobile version like 1v1 and 2v2 matches. The developer also shared some alpha gameplay footage giving an early look at the game.

The game is currently going through a limited-time regional alpha test on Android via Play Store for players in Australia and New Zealand region. You can access it with a Epic Games account to participate in the alpha test program. If you’re not seeing the Play Store listing despite living in Australia or New Zealand, that’s because the alpha program may have already hit user capacity. The company has also planned to conduct more beta programs in other regions over the upcoming months.

According to the specifications mentioned in Rocket League’s support page, you will need an Android device running 6.0 or newer with at least 2 GB of RAM to run Rocket League Sideswipe. The alpha testing program will start on March 25 and will last till March 30. Your account progress will be erased after the alpha test ends and you won’t be able to play that version of the game outside the test period.

Free Fire Tournaments 2021

Free Fire is a battle royale game, developed by 111 Dots Studio and published by Garena for Android and iOS. It became the most downloaded mobile game globally in 2019. Due to its popularity, the game received the award for the “Best Popular Vote Game” by the Google Play Store in 2019.
In a short span of time , Free Fire became one of the world’s most famous Battle Royale Esports title. With prize pool flowing in Millions of Dollars , the free fire esports scene is attracting the attention of all the aspiring players out there.
Game developer and publisher Garena has recently revealed the 2021 esports roadmap for its mobile battle royale title ‘Free Fire’. Free Fire is set to have a number of tournaments lined up this year.  They have also announced that the Free Fire World Series (FFWS) will be returning this year.

Free Fire Tournaments in 2021:
Free Fire World Series (FFWS) : According to Garena’s announcement, the Free Fire World Series is set to make it’s comeback. The world series will return with two editions. One in April and the other one in November. 
Free Fire World Series is the first International event of 2021’s Free Fire Season. 22 best teams from all around the world are invited throughout 14 regional series in the first half of 2021. The World series is set to have a massive prize pool of 2 Million US Dollars.

Free Fire World Series is set to kick off with the Play-ins on April 24th, with the competition’s Finals scheduld on May 1st. More details on the competition’s format and the participating regions is said to be revealed in the upcoming weeks.

Free Fire Continental Series:Free Fire Continental Series was used as an alternate to the Free Fire World Series due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. However, the competition is set to make  its return in April with teams 13 teams all across the world set to compete for Free Fire’s largest-ever prize pool of $2m (~£1.42m).

Free Fire All Stars: Garena has also announced the Free Fire All Stars along with the Free Fire World Series Event. In this event , some of the game’s most top influencers , content creators will battle against each other. This event is scheduled to take place in July. More details regarding this tournament is yet to be unveiled in the coming months.
Garena’s 2021 esports roadmap for the India region will comprise 2  seasons, each   will consist of 2 major tournaments. Free Fire Pro League tournament followed by a Free Fire India Championship (FFIC) finale. Each Pro season will have a prize pool of more than Rs 1,00,00,000.

Free Fire Pro League: Each Competitive Season will begin with the Free Fire Pro League. Through this tournament , the top teams will be able to participate in Free Fire India Challenge.

Each Pro League tournament will consist of 18 teams. In that 12 teams are the finalists of the previous season’s Free Fire India Challenge and the top 6 teams from the open qualifiers. In Each Pro League tournament , teams will compete for a prize pool of Rs 35,00,000 and enter into the next FFIC . The top 6 teams will confirm their spots directly in the next FFIC, while the teams who place 7th to 12th can skip the open qualifiers stage of the next FFIC by advancing directly to the closed qualifiers.

Free Fire India Championship:Free Fire India Championship is the gateway portal for International Free Fire International Tournaments. Here , Players will battle it out for a massive prize pool of 75Lakh Rupees the opportunity to represent their nation on the global stage.

Players can qualify for the FFIC league stage in 2 ways:
1. Achieve top 6 in the previous season’s Free Fire Pro League tournament.
2. Achieve top 12 in the closed qualifiers stage of the FFIC.
Free Fire India Championship 2021 Spring:
Here , the top 6 finalists from FFIC 2020 Fall will be directly proxees6 into the FFIC 2021 Spring league stage. The remaining 6 finalists from the FFIC 2020 Fall will proceed to the closed qualifiers, where they will compete for the remaining 12 slots of the league stage. The top 12 teams from the league stage will make it to the grand finals of the FFIC 2021 Spring.

Free Fire tournaments in Middle East regions:
Free Fire Arab league Season 3:
Free Fire Arab league Season 3 begun on 12th December 2020 – and it concluded on 13th March 2021. It had a total prize pool of 30,000 US Dollars.

Freefire tournaments in LATAM region: 
Free Fire league Latinoamerica 2021 Opening: Free Fire Latino America League begun from January 2021 and concluded earlier this month. This league had a massive prize pool of $114,750 US Dollars.
Free Fire Tournaments in Indonesian Region: Free Fire Master League Season 3: The Free Fire Master league begun on January 16 and concluded on the 27th of February 2021 with a whopping prize pool of $106,807 US Dollars.

Free Fire Indonesia Masters 2021 Spring:With a total prize pool of $56,081 US Dollars , the league kicked off on the 28th of February and concluded on the 21st of March.

Free Fire Tournaments in Pakistan: 
Free Fire Pro League Season 1:The Pakistan Free Fire Pro League started in the end of January month and concluded earlier this month and it had a total prize pool of almost $15,000 US Dollars.

Free Fire Tournaments in Brazil: 
Liga Brasileira de Free Fire 2021 Series A Stage 1: The Series A of this league kicked off on the 23rd of January and concluded on the 20th of March. This league had a total prize pool of $144,365 US Dollars.

Free Fire tournaments in the CIS region:
Free Fire Pro League CIS Season 2:The Free Fire Pro League for the CIS Region went live on the 6th of February and concluded on the 13th of March. The CIS pro league had a total prize pool of $74,000 US Dollars.

Europe Free Fire Pro League:
The Free Fire Pro league series for the European Region kicked off 6th Feb and concluded on 14th March with an overall prize pool of $28,000 US Dollars.

Skyesports League 2021 Prize pool announced

Skyesports is back with another major Valorant tournament in India. After the successful edition of SkyEsports League 2020 , Skyesports has now announced that they’ll be hosting the second edition of Skyesports League for 2021 with a whopping prize pool of 15 Lakh Rupees or $20,700 US Dollars.
This esports tournament will be based on city vs city model, similar to the format of Valorant Sky Showdown and the first edition of Skyesports League 2020.Earlier in February, Skyesports have released a teaser for the sequel of their successful Valorant series named Skyesports Valorant League. The 2021 edition is all set to go live on April 9, 2021 according to their Instagram teaser and will feature the same team owners from the previous edition. This also means that the old players can also be retained.
They have also said that this edition will be a LAN event , with the Finals set to be held offline. Valorant has so far, not had a LAN final in India, with the fact that the game was released in the middle of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The last season was won by Team Hyderabad, who were represented by the squad of Team Mahi, then known as VLT or Velocity Gaming. They dominated over the Grand Finals of the event against Team Rajasthan.